Earth Hour is a unique opportunity for you to become more sustainable and do something positive for the environment. It’s been the source of inspiration for millions of people taking steps towards a cleaner, safer future. It’s not just about saving energy for one hour, it’s about going Beyond the Hour with lasting, behavior-changing actions for a sustainable planet.
There are lots of ways you can take action for Earth Hour. Whether you’re a social media fan or a hands-on organiser, you’re sure to find some inspiration right here!
Here’s how to share your images and videos!
We know that you have planned some great Earth Hour events for Earth Hour this year! Please share your photos and short videos (2 minutes maximum per video file) from your Earth Hour 2018 events with the Earth Hour Sri Lanka Team by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org or by uploading them at http://go2l.ink/eh2017. Make sure to send photos and videos by 9:15 pm on Saturday 24 March 2018 if you want your photos & videos to be considered to be featured on Earth Hour global and local media channels
Please follow this simple file naming convention for renaming your photos and videos.
[Sri Lanka]_[City]_[Subject - name of landmark, performance, kids, etc.]_[Type of file]Example: _Sri Lanka_Colombo_Majestic City Switch Off Event_JPEG
Become an Earth Hour Organizer
You may not be a professional campaigner or an environmental expert but if you are energetic, well connected and have a genuine concern for the future of our planet, find out how you can become an Earth Hour Organizer.
Your organisation can make a significant contribution to Earth Hour and support local and global communities to become more sustainable. It’s a visible and valuable way of addressing your organisation’s corporate social responsibility.
Earth Hour is your opportunity to show your commitment to change as part of a global interconnected community. Our Earth Hour community already has some inspiring stories of how they are truly going Beyond the Hour with sustainable steps, big and small, towards a better planet.